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I found this 1000w inverter / 40a charger for 300$!
 

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Some progress… 40’ of LED lighting, inverter/converter/charger mounted, 2x 6V wired… still need to do the 120v shore power plug and wiring.
 

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So I'm looking to setup the electrical this year.

NOCO charger and small inverter seem to be the cheap way. Anyone know a good deal on a true inverter/charger? I don't need much 120 but its nice to plug stuff in...

I found this one

Just came across your thread, I put one of these in my 20 ft Snow Pro enclosed trailer, it runs all my lights and my furnace using either shore or generator power and works great. I have the 45 amp version and so far no issues with overloading and I keep it plugged in when its at my house to keep the battery charged. My trailer came prewired for AC so I didn't have to mess with that part.

As for the heater, I've got a 45k btu Atwood propane furnace installed and it heats my trailer up pretty quick but one thing to keep in mind is that propane is mostly water so you do get a little bit of condensation but for me it's well worth it.

 

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Some progress… 40’ of LED lighting, inverter/converter/charger mounted, 2x 6V wired… still need to do the 120v shore power plug and wiring.
I'm super late to this party, but what is the physical size of that trailer? and when your youngest one outgrows that 120 do you think you can get another full size in there along with gear bags etc?
 

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Its 20.5' with 19' of straight wall and an 18" V and I believe its 8.5' wide. The V was built out on the tongue so its tight with 2 bottles up there now. Creatively I think you could get 4 154/165 mountain sleds in there (2 forward with tunnels outside and 2 backed in with tunnels inside?) but floorspace for gear bags would be limited for sure.
 

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Its 20.5' with 19' of straight wall and an 18" V and I believe its 8.5' wide. The V was built out on the tongue so its tight with 2 bottles up there now. Creatively I think you could get 4 154/165 mountain sleds in there (2 forward with tunnels outside and 2 backed in with tunnels inside?) but floorspace for gear bags would be limited for sure.
thank you, I started looking around on the internet machine last night for similar sized trailers last night, but man....... the prices..........
 

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She was an empty box 2 years ago. I'm 50/50 if I should have busted a nut and got a small Burandt or premium trailer... I bet Ill end up in one anyways in the future... but this would work good for summer guys who SXS or in the fall to hunt in.
 
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